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I am pleased to offer from my collection this extremely rare antique Imperial Russian Faberge 14k pink gold&4.5ct Diamonds award ring depicting the monogram of Tsar Nicholas II.
This unique ring has been awarded personally by Tsar Nicholas II to the Cossack regiment Lieutenant-General Alexander Ilych Dutov in 1916 for his Bravery during WWI.
The ring comes from Dutov's family estate.
The ring is decorated with 4.5ct old Minecut diamondswith the finest F/G colour ,VS1/SI1 clarity.
The ring is signed with the Imperial Russian 56 hallmarks equal to 14k/585 and with Faberge's hallmark KF in Russian.
15g heavy. Large man size 61EU/ 9.5US
The ring comes with the amazing original Faberge luxury Roayl Burgundy Morocco leather presentation box decorated with the gold monogram of Tsar Nicholas II.
The ring comes with an APPRAISAL CERTIFICATE FOR $40000
Alexander Ilyich Dutov (Russian: Алекса́ндр Ильи́ч Ду́тов) (1879–1921) was one of the leaders of the Cossack counterrevolution in the Urals, lieutenant general (1919). Dutov was born in Kazalinsk in Syr-Darya Oblast (now Kazaly in Kazakhstan). He graduated from Nikolayev Cavalry School and Nikolayev Engineering Institute, now Military engineering-technical university (Russian Военный университет), and General Staff Academy (1908). He was assistant commander of the Cossack regiment during World War I. After the February Revolution, Dutov was appointed head of the All-Russian Cossack Army Union, then chairman of the counterrevolutionary All-Russian Cossack Congress (June, 1917), and then Chief of the Army Administration and ataman of the Orenburg Cossack Army (September). In November 1917, Dutov raised a revolt against the Soviet authorities in Orenburg. In June 1918, Dutov, with the help of the Czech Legion, organized a struggle for complete termination of the Soviet authority in the Urals. He was in charge of the Orenburg Independent Army in Aleksandr Kolchak's army. In 1919, he tried to convince General Grigory Semyonov to join him as a stronger force to fight the Red Army. Semyonov refused despite a significant diplomatic effort from Governor Vasile Balabanov claiming he was governor only since the provisional government in Saint Petersburg collapsed in the revolution. After his army's defeat by Red Army, Dutov led his Orenburg Army in the Starving March during winter of 1919–1920 to Semirechye, and from there in March–May 1920 to China. At that time, General Dutov also helped a number of Russian leaders, including Vasile Balabanov, the administrator of Semirechye, to escape to China. Dutov was assassinated in Suiding, China, by the Bolshevik agent Мahmud Khadzhamirov (Махмуд Хаджамиров) in February 1921.
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